On 22 November, the yearly conference for the Swedish Energy Agency and f3 collaborative research program Renewable transportation fuels and systems was arranged in Stockholm, attracting 100 participants. The research program wants to link together research and implementation, i.a. through the production of material for decision support that can be used by many stakeholders. The conference proved that both the industry and the research community have experiences and knowledge ready to be implemented, and that a large part of them has already been put into practice.

Presentations from the speakers are available through links in the Swedish version of this news piece.

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